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On New Year's Day, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019 at 3 p.m. at the Prater’s Mill Historic Site there will be a hike organized on the Norma Gordon Nature Loop and the Prater’s Mill Greenway. The guided ... (click for more)
The Riverpark Boat Ramp has been closed due to rising waters. The fishing piers remain open. (click for more)
Despite the unparalleled diversity of aquatic life in the Southeast, the millions of people who make use of the region’s rivers, lakes and streams may have no idea how many species they share ... (click for more)
On New Year's Day, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019 at 3 p.m. at the Prater’s Mill Historic Site there will be a hike organized on the Norma Gordon Nature Loop and the Prater’s Mill Greenway. The guided nature trail hike is appropriate for both children and adults, and will be led by Greg Bruner.
Hikers are asked to meet on the porch of the mill at 3 p.m. Bring water, binoculars and ... (click for more)
Two earthquakes happened early Wednesday morning in the area.
The earthquakes registered at 4.4 and 3.3 magnitudes at 4:27 a.m.
Some people felt them in North Chattanooga and Ooltewah. They were also felt in Atlanta.
The epicenters were at Spring City and Ten Mile. (click for more)
City Council members Chip Henderson and Jerry Mitchell said they want the council to consider language on preserving steep slopes and floodplains.
They said they want to go further than Councilman Darrin Ledford, who is proposing new curbs on erosion control and reducing stormwater runoff.
Councilman Ledford on Tuesday presented a proposed new ordinance that adds a section ... (click for more)
The former Alstom industrial site on the riverfront and the former Harriett Tubman housing site in East Chattanooga both have a lot of redevelopment potential. And yet the city of Chattanooga seems to view them quite differently.
Alstom is the fair-haired child; Tubman is the forgotten child.
The Alstom area was recently designated as an "opportunity zone" in a new program ... (click for more)
I’ll admit it – I would rather hurt than take an opioid pain pill. Hydrocodone and its cousins scare the willies out of me because once when I was ‘drug sick,’ it was the worst sickness I have ever known. For somebody who always has somewhere that it hurts, I know that opioids are wonderful when used properly but because they are increasingly abused by society, there are now over ... (click for more)